YG’s Hip Hop Show With Song Mino, Zion.T, And More As Mentors Reportedly Wraps Up Filming; Broadcast Delayed
According to Sports Dong-A, YG’s new hip hop show has finished up filming.
A report by the outlet on October 2 states that YG’s hip hop program “My Major Is Hip Hop” (literal title) has wrapped on filming. However, it’s reported that the show has been postponed for the time being after discussions about scheduling with the broadcasting company. The show’s broadcast date is therefore undecided.
Sports Dong-A states, “According to sources, it’s seen that considerable factors in the decision to postpone scheduling are the public criticism evoked by some artists from YG Entertainment recently as well as owner risk [a risk or loss for a company based on the actions of its owners].”
“My Major Is Hip Hop” is a show that aims to discover talented rappers through checking out hip hop clubs at famous universities. It’s directed by Lee Sang Yoon, who was at the helm of the fourth season of “Show Me the Money” and was chief producer for “Produce 101.”
Artists including WINNER’s Song Mino, Paloalto, Zion.T, Okasian, and Coogie will appear on the show as mentors.